Describes the quadrilateral shape and different things that you can make with it.
Describes the polygon shape and different ways to use it.
A basic introduction to the concept of fractions.
Describes the properties of triangles in mathematics and everyday objects shaped like triangles.
If you were a times sign, you would multiply things. You could make more tricycle tires, alien eyes, or bunches of balloons. What else could you do if you were a times sign?
Learn what even numbers are and what things come in twos.
Learn what numbers are not divisible by two.
Introduces the properties of a circle in mathematics and displays everyday items that are circles.
Dissatisfied with its shape, a triangle keeps asking the local shapeshifter to add more lines and angles until it doesn't know which side is up.
This engaging concept book invites very young children to identify basic shapes that transform into beautiful undersea creatures. Includes an informative glossary of sea facts. "Delectable viewing pleasure."--The Horn Book "Elegantly conjures up an undersea world in which a square evolves into a skate while hexagons combine to make a turtle's shell."--Newsweek
An introduction to basic math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division includes games and activities that further illustrate each concept.
An introduction to the concept of symmetry as found in nature and everyday objects includes step-by-step instructions for creating simple symmetrical designs.
Captain Invincible and his intrepid space-dog, Comet, are on a perilous journey back to Earth! Throughout their mission, the fearless captain and his canine sidekick encounter asteroids, poisonous gas, and alien beings. But will their knowledge of three-dimensional shapes, including cubes, cones, and pyramids, help our heroes navigate past these obstacles -- and make it safely home?
Uses cheese slices, pretzel sticks, a slice of bread, graph paper, a pencil, and more to introduce various polygons, flat shapes with varying numbers of straight sides.
This Math Concept Book Engages Young Readers Through Simple Text And Photos As They Learn About Symmetry.
Explains math fractions by means of musical notation.
On My Way to Grandma's House is one volume in a series of educational guides published by Math4Minors, an educational service organization designed to help teachers, Command and Conquer the Math Curriculum. By integrating a simple story with a detailed learning strategy, this series helps build strong foundational skills and a deeper understanding of the math concepts that are embedded in common core and state standards. At first glance, this story about Lily and her friends seems to focus primarily on the concept of rounding numbers, a standard identified in the Number and Base Ten standards found in grades 3, 4 and 5. However, rather than looking at rounding as an isolated skill, Math MileMarkers uses this opportunity to encourage teachers and children to explore the number line in places they may never have been before. Don't underestimate this simple story, its message reaches far beyond Lily's trip to grandma's and another happy ending.
Introduces triangles, discussing the different types of triangles and the concept of triangle size measured in degrees.
Primary math concepts are introduced using creative examples, easy-to-understand text and art illustration.